Butler grad Scott Drew leads Baylor to a National Championship after an 86-70 dismantling of previously unbeaten Gonzaga.
How having NCAA games played at Hinkle Fieldhouse affected students at Butler University.
Canceling spring break because of COVID-19 has spread many students too thin. If Butler is concerned about the pandemic, columnist Kennedi Ulman raises the question: why are we hosting March Madness?
Multimedia reporter Christopher Tarvardian asks students their thought on Butler’s Hinkle Fieldhouse playing host to the NCAA tournament.
Oral Roberts players celebrate after defeating Florida in the second round of the NCAA tournament on Sunday, March 24. ORU becomes the second 15-seed to make the Sweet 16 in NCAA Tournament history. (Michael Conroy / Associated Press) HENRY BREDEMEIER | ASST. SPORTS EDITOR | firstname.lastname@example.org March Madness is one of the most exciting sporting…
Students in Lee Farquhar’s Sports Newsroom class partner with the NCAA to help create media content during tournament.
March Madness continues its stay in Indianapolis with the Sweet 16, with four games to be hosted at Butler’s Hinkle Fieldhouse.
With the NCAA tournament nearly one week away, Butler students and staff prepare for March Madness.
Butler students comment their thoughts on March Madness coming to Hinkle Fieldhouse, multimedia reporter Maeve Van Ettten has the story.
Columnist Doug Roche III seeks to understand the appeal to gambling and why it has been on his mind.